Computer-Aided Manufacturing AAS

Manufacturing Department | AAS - Associate of Applied Science Degree | 2 years

Design your future career in as little as two years with an Associate of Applied Science Degree in Computer-Aided Manufacturing at Clackamas Community College.

Combine the skills and training in computer-aided drafting (CAD) and computer aided manufacturing (CAM) and work with computer numerical controls (CNC) with an Associate of Applied Science Degree in computer-aided manufacturing from Clackamas Community College. Gain the skills needed to work as:

  • CNC programmer and operator
  • CAD technician
  • Manufacturing engineering technician

Computer-Aided Manufacturing AAS

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Descriptions and Outcomes

Computer-Aided Manufacturing Core Requirements

Complete 3 credits of MFG-106
  • MFG-106
  • Advanced Applied Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing for Manufacturing
  • 3
 
Complete 4 credits of MFG-280
  • MFG-280
  • Manufacturing Technology/CWE
  • 4
 
Complete 6 credits of MFG-111
  • MFG-111
  • Machine Tool Fundamentals I
  • 6
 
Complete 6 credits of MFG-112
  • MFG-112
  • Machine Tool Fundamentals II
  • 6
 
Complete 6 credits of MFG-113
  • MFG-113
  • Machine Tool Fundamentals III
  • 6
 
Complete the following Computer-Aided Manufacturing Core Requirements
  • CDT-102
  • Sketching & Problem Solving
  • 3
  • CDT-108A
  • Introduction to SolidWorks
  • 3
  • CDT-223
  • Inventor Fundamentals
  • 3
  • CDT-225
  • Advanced SolidWorks
  • 3
  • MET-170
  • Introduction to Manufacturing Processes
  • 3
  • MFG-105
  • Dimensional Inspection
  • 2
  • MFG-109
  • Computer Literacy for Technicians
  • 3
  • MFG-130
  • Basic Electricity I
  • 3
  • MFG-201
  • CNC I: Set-Up and Operation
  • 4
  • MFG-202
  • CNC II: Programming & Operation
  • 4
  • MFG-203
  • CNC III: Applied Programming & Operation
  • 3
  • MFG-204
  • Computer-Aided Manufacturing I
  • 4
  • MFG-205
  • Computer-Aided Manufacturing II
  • 4
  • MFG-206
  • Computer-Aided Manufacturing III
  • 3
  • MFG-209
  • Programming & Automation for Manufacturing
  • 3
  • MFG-219
  • Robotics
  • 3
  • MFG-221
  • Materials Science
  • 3
  • MTH-080**
  • Technical Mathematics II
  • 3
 

Computation Related Instruction

Complete MTH-050
  • MTH-050**
  • Technical Mathematics I
  • 4
 

Communication Related Instruction

Complete WR-101
  • WR-101**
  • Communication Skills: Occupational Writing
  • 3
 

Human Relations Related Instruction

Complete 3 credits. Please refer to page 82 of the catalog for a list of approved Related Instruction Courses.
 

PE/Health/Safety Related Instruction

Complete MFG-107
  • MFG-107
  • Industrial Safety & First Aid
  • 3
 

Program Electives

Complete 3 credits of Computer-Aided Manufacturing Program Electives. This may consist of any course with a CDT, EET, MFG, RET, or WLD prefix not already listed in the Computer-Aided Manufacturing Program.
 

**Substitute college transfer courses for these courses if you plan to continue your education at a higher education institution. It is recommended that you consult with a faculty advisor or a staff member in Student Services for the transfer requirements of the specific advanced program or school.
 
Students with specialized job training needs may be eligible to substitute some classes. Consult your instructor or the department chair for more information.
 
Total Credits Required: 98